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Penn Medicine HealthWorks offers a wide-array of health and wellness programs, including on-site clinical expertise at your workplace. We educate and engage your employees, and improve their health in measurable ways.

For more than 20 years our Wellness team has partnered with over 150 companies throughout the region—including LG Health—by offering effective solutions that lead to healthier, more productive employees, as well as a decrease in health-related costs and workplace disruptions.

Creating a Culture of Wellness

We spend a significant amount of our waking hours at work, making the workplace an ideal setting to implement a supportive culture of wellness that enables employees to make healthier choices. Creating an environment where each employee feels supported, empowered, and encouraged to focus on their personal well-being, allows employers to attract and retain employees who are healthier, happier and more productive.

Comprehensive Wellness Programs and Support

We collaborate with employers to evaluate the needs, interests and health risks of employees, and design an effective wellness plan using evidence-based, innovative strategies. Our onsite, personalized programs are backed by one of the region’s most experienced and trusted health systems.

How Health Impacts Your Bottom Line

Healthcare costs continue to rise. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates the majority of the nation’s healthcare costs are from chronic diseases including heart disease, diabetes, cancer and stroke. Poor health affects workplace productivity in the form of absenteeism, presenteeism, workplace injuries and disability. Encouraging and guiding employees to make habit changes that fit their lifestyle and support their health and well-being can improve health conditions and workplace productivity.

For more information, contact Teke Drummond, Executive Director, Corporate Partnerships. or Brynne Kline, Manager, Corporate Health,

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